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Lengemann earns JD degree

Lengemann earns JD degree

William Lengemann of Imlay City graduated magna cum laude from the Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School on May 22, 2016, with his Juris Doctor degree. Bill was on the Deanís List and Honor Roll all nine semesters, and he earned Certificates of Merit in Contracts II, Professional Responsibility, Property I, Research and Writing, Advanced writing, and Wills and Trusts.
Lauren Franklin earns degree

Lauren Franklin earns degree

Lauren Franklin of Almont recently graduated from Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan.

Lauren has obtained a Bachelors of Science Degree with honor in Community Health Education with a Minor in EMT. Lauren is currently employed full-time by the Upper Peninsula Health Plan and has decided to stay in Marquette and enjoy her job and the beauty that the Upper Peninsula has to offer.

Adamson Attains Degree

Richard and Karen Adamson are proud to announce the graduation of their son, Richard Adamson, Jr., from Baker College Port Huron, with a Bachelor of Internet Networking and Cyber Security. Richard begins his new career with IBM in East Lansing, Michigan. Richard is a 2004 Graduate of Almont High School and plans to pursue his Masterís Degree.

Dockham graduates from college

Ashley Renee Dockham, a resident of Imlay City, graduated from the University of Rochester on Sunday, May 17, at the 165th commencement with a bachelor of arts degree in biology.

Dockham is the child of Mike Dockham and Tammy Dockham, and a graduate of Imlay City High School. The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is a private research university located in Rochester, N.Y., (pop. 212,000) on the south shore of Lake Ontario. The University offers a unique undergraduate curriculum, with no required courses, that emphasizes a broad liberal education through majors, minors, and course ďclustersĒóa Rochester innovationóin the three main areas of knowledge: humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences/engineering. The University (on the Web at is also home to the world-renowned Eastman School of Music as well as graduate professional schools of business, education, medicine, and nursing.

Parsch is on Deanís List

Kaleb Parsch is listed on the College of Engineering Technology Deanís List at Ferris State University for the 2013 Fall semester. In order to qualify for the Deanís List, students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average for a 12- credit load.

Kaleb is the son of Louis and Sandy Parsch of Imlay City.

Rachel Mainville on Deanís List

Rachel Mainville of Attica was named to the Deanís List for the Fall 2013 Semester at Eastern Michigan University. Rachel is a Music Education Major and a 2013 Graduate from Imlay City High School.

Rachel is the Daughter of Fred M. and LeRae Mainville of Attica, little sister of Elizabeth Mainville of Ypsilanti and granddaughter of Fred J. and Sally Mainville of Imlay City and the late Raymond and Elizabeth Toole of Attica.
Scholarship for Draper

Scholarship for Draper

Shannon Draper of Allenton is a recipient of a $1,500 college scholarship awarded at Selfridge Air National Guard Base. She is enrolled at Central Michigan University. Shannonís school and community activities include Toys for Tots, Teach for America, Mobile Food Pantry, youth group and hospital volunteer. Shannon is the daughter of James Draper.
Simunic earns degree

Simunic earns degree

Patricia Ann Reiterman Simunic, wife of Keith Simunic of Imlay City and mother of Amy (Dan) Mori of Albany, New York, Lori (Mike) Spies of Almont, Matt (April) Simunic of Shelby Township, and Jenny Porter of Wales, Michigan, was awarded the Associate of Applied Science degree in the medical administrative assistant program, magna cum laude, at the 156th commencement of Bryant & Stratton College on Saturday, April 27, at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center, Albany. She completed her studies through the Online Division and participated in the Albany, New York, ceremony.

During the graduation ceremony, she was installed in Phi Theta Kappa National Honors Society, a national honor society for academic excellence in colleges.
Roediger on Deanís List

Roediger on Deanís List

Galen Roediger of Dryden has been included on the Deanís List for the Spring 2013 semester at Lake Superior State University.

To make the Deanís List, students must achieve a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Roediger is majoring in Fire Science at LSSU. He is the son of Deb Roediger and Rich Roediger of Dryden. At LSSU he is active in intramural soccer, Ultimate Frisbee and volleyball.
Cutler attains degree

Cutler attains degree

Chris and Sally Cutler of Imlay City are proud to announce the graduation of their daughter, Emily Cutler, from Adrian College with a Bachelor of Social Work Degree and a concentration in Womenís Studies. Emily achieved the status of Summa Cum Laude with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

Emily was the recipient of the 2013 Social Work Award, the Elizabeth Milne Ewing Outstanding Leadership Award, the Adrian College Scholarship Award, and the Presidentís Alpha Chi Outstanding Senior Award. Beginning in August, Emily will be working through the Catholic Church as a community organizer in Detroit. Emily also plans to attend graduate school and earn a Master of Social Work Degree.
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